The Divergent Series: Allegiant 2016 review

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Directed by Robert Schwentke
Produced by Lucy Fisher, Pouya Shabazian, Douglas Wick
Screenplay by Stephen Chbosky, Bill Collage, Adam Cooper, Noah Oppenheim
Based on Allegiant by Veronica Roth
Starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Jeff Daniels, Miles Teller, Ansel Elgort, Zoë Kravitz, Maggie Q, Ray Stevenson, Daniel Dae Kim, Bill Skarsgård, Octavia Spencer, Naomi Watts
Music by Joseph Trapanese
Cinematography Florian Ballhaus
Edited by Stuart Levy
Production companies Red Wagon Entertainment, Mandeville Films
Distributed by Summit Entertainment
Release dates March 18, 2016
Budget $110 million

How many years in a row (in as much as there is a franchise “Divergent”) project is compared with the “Hunger Games.” Unsuccessfully. The same time, the project is trying to win over as many viewers and fans. Judging by the collections, fans in “Divergent” certainly is, but the “boom”, as was the case with the same “hungry” or “Twilight”, call this very difficult. The first two films left behind some innuendo and hope that the next will definitely be something better.

For the third part I come from the creator of “insurgents” and Robert Schwentke. Already on the sequel was clear: the subject is not quite it. Nevertheless manage trikvel producers entrusted to him, and the viewer will go to the movies, I could not help hoping that the author of “RED” is still able to give new colors already overexposed style franchise. No, I could not.

In the third part for two hours Tris (Woodley), together with a friend Faure (James) attempts to create a revolution in the world has known us five factions. In the pursuit of global responses they get over the wall to figure out what’s wrong with the world. And we all timing pattern trying to figure out what’s wrong with the project, and that the third part remains so sluggish even with an interesting cast and a good director’s casting (not to mention the promo receptive audience and the amounts spent on the project).

The third film did not call the original name of the book ( “Alligent”), bypassing the formal note “part 3”. Since the three books were divided into four pictures, the new film tells about the events of the first half of the last part of the book. As was the case with the “Twilight” and “Hunger Games”, such parts are not full of various events and draw bagpipes, bringing everything and everyone to the final battle, which we expect to see in the final of the fourth picture.

“Divergent” limping to the finish line. Another year, another film about the project can be happily forgotten. Despite the abundance of adolescent projects right now, offer the audience something worthwhile, it is probably gobbled up without reserve and asks additives. In short, the case for an interesting storyline and cool incarnation. Alas, this “Divergent” can not boast, looking terribly again, but because simply boring.

All quite a digestible first half hour, when attention is distracted by the effects unwittingly, ruins, apocalyptic landscapes and so on. However, at some point, it seems that the creators have lost the script, and along with logic and everything flew into the abyss of the incomprehensible marasmic unnecessary and boring episodes, silly dialogue and strange love story, from which the uncertainty is already sick. It does not leave the impression that either the authors of “Behind the wall” take their young viewers absolutely for idiots, or are themselves such.

The lack of story, no drama, no some interesting acting (Woodley is able to play, we have seen, not only in the “Fault in Our Stars”) – all troubles “behind the wall” boil down to the fact that an intermediate portion between the major events the plot and the final battle, that is, you can look only at the hair of the heroine on da computer landscape. Everything else is stupid and ridiculous, even for the main audience of the project ( “Divergent” project and called the girl’s suits and no weapons will not save).

Final verdict

From “Divergent, part 3: Behind the wall” there is a strong feeling that the creators simply test our patience. And very sorry spent two hours and the amount of the ticket. You could just buy not one, but two buckets of popcorn and go home without taking a ticket for myself session.

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